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: with biohazard recommendations from barack obama reiterated that the u.s. commitment to recovery u.s. citizens from japan. >> the japanese people are not alone in this terrible time. her find a hand extended from the and it states as they get back on their feet. >>reporter: outside the nuclear evectioevacuate evacuatn area, a small sign of progress with supplies. some of the setbacks for these victims. >> i've not even a time to think. >>reporter: chartering planes of u.s. diplomats through japan from japan, to the u.s.. >>pam: air travel is looking for nuclear exand contamination levels in reports of rhodesian lovradiati. --none of these reported incidences or harmful levels. even though some haof the cargo have radiation levels. >>reporter: everybody is hitting screens, with the potential law will is dangerous? this is done 365 days a year everybody is- getting screened. the department of hulman is a home with a security is the department of all landis' attorney alerted yesterday homeland security. this device is the radiation detector. it is smaller than his cellphone. if the harmful lovell
billion. it will make at&t the largest cellphone carrier in the u.s.. this acquisition would give at&t a 129 wireless subscribers and putting them ahead of verizon with 10 2 million at&t would have 129 million. the current t mobile and at&t customers need to know is that this needs to be approved by regulators in washington d.c.. and the department of justice have to decide on it. they could turn it down. giving at&t too much to applaudpower--and if this does go through? it would take one year and officially go through. in the immediate future, at&t/t mobile seen no change to their service. when and if? it brings up a lot of questions. will it improve mobile reception? the combination of these two networks? it should greatly improve both the networks if the combined. that could be a good thing for at&t and t mobile. what about the cheap t mobile wireless plans? with much cheaper plans an at&t-rise in? consumers have signed up for their great low-cost. it is likely that these will go away. customers can choose more price plans and a page on the web with facts about this merger with co
. >>pam: developing news out of libya, it to u.s. crew members were rescued tuesday after their fighter jet crashed. if the mission was part of a coalition attack, now in the fourth day operations odyssey gone. it said the reports from washington. >>reporter: near military officials say was mechanical failure that caused the jet to crash down in an opposition controlled area of libya. it the pilot and weapons officer ejected from the aircraft. the jet was based of england part of an international mission. an opposition leader said khaddafi who declared a cease-fire sunday, is fighting rebels >> they're using heavy artillery and our boys are being overrun. retire >>reporter: u.s. army general james marx said it will take more than air strikes to remove khaddafi from its power. >> this is the departure of could occur no khaddafi. you don't do that with no-fly zone, the application of force through the air exclusively. >>reporter: gaddafi said air flight intervention has caused casualties. >> the vast majority if not all civilian casualties have been inflicted by gadhafi. most of our targe
well look east and west lb.westbound. wile back. >>pam: in world news, but two u.s. airmen are dead after a man armed with a handgun attacked a bus carrying an air force troops at frankfurt airport. if the suspect is described as a german-born devout muslim who works at the airport. to let their u.s. airmen were attacked or wounded in the attack. in washington president rocco, promises bear no effort in investigating this. >> i want everyone to understand we will spare no effort into learning held as the courageous act took place. and working with german authorities to make sure all of the perpetrators brought to justice. we don't have all the information yet, you will be fully briefed as to get more informations. this is a reminder of the extraordinary sacrifices that are meant and women in uniform are making all around the world to keep a safe. >>pam: police had said the attacker and u.s. military personnel have had some sort of a altercation in front of us before the man started shooting. that suspect is in custody. >>catherine: khaddafi is threatening to turned libya into anothe
. >>reporter: that effort is being hampered by freezing temperatures and snow. as a precaution the u.s. embassy in tokyo is recommending that americans who live within 50 mi. of the nuclear plant evacuate. in washington, samantha hayes. >>pam: dr. alan hanson, with the institute for international studies in stamford joins us tonight to answer some of the questions and concerns people have. thank you for joining us. if it is true, the u.s. government hasn't been confirmed by the japan yet that there is no water in the spent fuel pools what does that mean? >>caller: thank you for inviting me to >> with you. i have no more information that is available from the public media and from the u.s. and japan. i cannot confirm whether or not water remains in those schools.pools. if the r has been removed either by leakage or evaporation, there is several consequences. the first is for the local workers. the local radiation levels would skyrocket to high levels and be very difficult for them to approach the area to mitigate the situation. secondly, it would probably cause some failures in damage and some o
. clinton said she was deeply inspired by the dramatic changes in egypt. the top u.s. commander in afghanistan said he will soon recommend a plan for starting troop reductions. the white house released this picture earlier today. later on capitol hill he told the senators pride is turning against the caliban despite serious problems with the stability of the afghan government. >>pam: the last a veteran of world war one it is buried with full military honors in arlington national cemetery. the president was there today. hundreds of visitors have been silently filing by the casket of frank cockles. he died last month that his west virginia home at the age of 110. >>jacqueline: all live look outside from the golden gate bridge, conditions have improved. the rain is still falling at this hour. we have a steady upload of moisture coming off shore. this is all a tale into a storm and were continuing to see the moisture streamed into the northern california bringing plenty of rain. it is finally starting to slide down to the south. as we make our way into the evening, a continuing to s
. this is the jam packed a border with tiny shop. help is being sent including supplies from the u.s.. it now appears that the libyan leader is doing a good job of hanging onto his job. today secretary of state henry clinton talked about the high stakes. >> in the years ahead, libya could become a peaceful democracy or it could face a protracted civil war or could descend into chaos. the stakes are high. >>pam: libyan leader seemed to be winning back some trouble areas. your looking at a food convoy being sent out today. the government invited reporters to document this. they're been demonstrations in yemen thousands of anti-government protesters rallying in the capital. demanding that the president leaves office. there are also government loyalists, they are forcing their own protests and people on both sides have been killed in violent clashes. in new zealand funerals continue for the people killed in last week's quake. the death toll now stands at 159 and could go as high as to injured 40. this is one of the young people killed. some people still missing are some chinese students. >>pam: 5
the federal government here in the u.s. actually track the tsunami that happened in japan. this is where it started. essentially the whole pacific ocean was affected over to the california coast. let's set isn't a motion. you could see it radiates out from this spot here and goes pretty much in all directions in a series of circles. it's going to go in australia, why, and then there is the united states which is one to get hit. you could see in about 78 hours, right about nine hours that's when it starts making landfall in the united states. here is the bay area right now. notice how the waves are bouncing back off the land. that's how this anomaly creates a much damage as more waves of the tsunami hit the coast. you could see other waves bounce back increate this auction where after a house or car is swept inland, it gets swept back out again. those sort of reverberations great just as much damage as the actual initial wave. it's not just one wave, they keep reverberating we're looking at 22 hours there and you could see the waves are still coming. it not just one wave it's many. report
too many elk and deer and should be targeted by hunters. >>pam: u.s. census bureau has tallied up the forms distributed and it turns out the ethnic landscape is changing faster than expected. one and six people living in the united states is now hispanic, passing the 50 million mark for the first time. more than 9 million americans checked more than one race category on their census forms and that is up 32% from the year 2000. >>louisa: watching this all sitting right over pinole showing moderate downpour. a few scattered showers right now run the day. we're also seeing many areas dry out. we'll be back. but trying to grow grass from seed in tough areas like deep shade, along the driveway, and where the kids play can be a little intimidating... until now. with scotts ez seed. it's scotts best grass seed, starter fertilizer and a growing material that absorbs water and expands to surround and protect the seeds, you'll get a thick, green scotts lawn even if you've never been successful with other seed before. the revolutionary scotts ez seed. grow grass anywhere. it's tapering out t
sanctions. the u.s. is sending assistance teams to borders with egypt and tunisia. there will help people get out of libya. if these refugees entering to be shot in the latest estimate is 40,000 people have crossed from libya into to be shot. most of them in egyptian workers and another 61-into tunisia and others into egypt. these citizens from malaysia also will are arrived at these russians, piling onto a plane. and they are just happy to be into these and other refugees are now and moltke. >> the situation on the ground in libya is definitely a concern we're in constant contact. and win through social networks, logging just try to figure out what is going on. - moltke. >> mideast unrest. molta and oman, the third day of unrest with more of salary demands. the protest demand continues to be a lot of confusion as to who controls the oil field. the oil boss says that it is safe for for workers to return. and nobody seems interested in doing that. >> a call might on tap. with clear conditions a colum--a clam calm night n tap however, increasing rain with clouds. right now, you can see the
's the best job report in three years. as the labor department said the u.s. added nearly 200,000 jobs last month. the national unemployment rate has dropped below 9%. >> our economy is not added 1.5 private sector jobs over the last year. that's progress. >>pam: the president has a reason to be happy. they've been crating jobs for four straight months. here's a look of the picture since 2008. i jumped a year ago was due to temporary hires for the national census. you could see what happened after the end it. these new jobs are in the private sector. public service jobs actually dropped last month. they could drop even further as more states slashed their budget. california is one of those states facing a budget crisis. that's what brought gov. jerry brown to san francisco today. kron 4 joins us live to it tellus' with the governor had to say about the budget and the many protests which erupted. >>reggie: the governor was at the bank of america tower today meeting with the bay area council. a group of northern california business leaders for their endorsement of the governor's proposed budg
the upper regional levels at this level. >> u.s. geological says that even know if this happens california has another problem. >> the of the problem is that we do not have the infrastructure to distribute information at this time. which cannot do point to point text messages. we need a blanket medium that would get it to all social mobile media instantaneously. >> the actual one could only be 10-15 seconds but it could benefit those people 20 mi. or further from the epicenter. >> if you are opening up the elevator doors in advance, or fire doors, in advance, if you had a 10 second warning to slow down a training it would be significant. >> the bottom line is that an early warning system is peaceful but is not going to happen any time soon. it is- feasible. a lot of work will have to take place between now and then. at usgs, kron 4 news. >>pam: to cruise the estimates from of friday's tsunami search is at $17.5 million. at least 18 boats were sunk. 12, and accounted for. "-not accounted for and the task of locating them. they live look, with the santa cruz port authority says that 100 boat
and nato is saying that a faithfu stillif tl score scale war develops? >> u.s. transports are using if refugees that made it across the border to tunisia. the egyptians also escaped to join the tens of thousands of people camping out here in the desert. >>jacqueline: the rainfall towards northern california. and if this is going to be pushing into the bay area over night. not that heavy. you can see on futurecast light shower activity. overnight, isolated sprinkles here, there, 4:00 a.m., light over he were, sahayward, and in the south bay. however, it should have died down with increasing sunshine in the afternoon. tsas i mentioned, not a lot of rainfall expected. when quarter of an inch in the north bay one 10th of an inch in the south bay and to the santa cruz mountains. that could even be pushing it. light showers spot the activity. it's just traces in the south bay. as we see the increasing clout the warm clouds-the increasing clouds will bring those warming temperatures. also 541 in half moon bay, 60s for the inland valley. your kron 4 7 day around the bay and spot the shower
.c.a.a. for tell are gone. mike montgomery. it is not been a great year. he has lost a lot of players. today, u.s. seat took them apart. and 21 and alex stevenson. u s c up by 10. 14-16 rebounds for the was just not good enough. smith doing it 70- 56. cal will was never in it. 17-14, more than likely tell will be in the n i t tournament, and some of them anybody with leftover? that is probably going to be them. more excitement with you, and pittsburgh at madison square garden. with you, and yukon and tied at 74 yukon defeats pittsburgh. 76-74. and this is where it gets excitement for these tournaments. everyone's to hear my thoughts. and if you play 18 games and then you have another tournament. if you have victory? you automatically go to the n.c.a.a. my point is that what you put those 18 games during the regular season? and really, just of those 18 games mean something and not have the tournament to go the to the n.c.a.a. >>pam: like a warm up? >> gary: both of those teams are jumping around. >>jacqueline: what about local? >> gary: local correct. san jose state. and i do not believe in these
. it that is the same level as the three mile island accident in the united states. u.s. officials say japan situation seems to be much more serious. it seems it has a crack in the floor of one reactor which would make it more difficult to cool the reactor. we want to get additional information on the possibility of radiation moving through across the pacific. jonathan is standing by with the latest on that. there have been some detection of radiation level showing up in the bay area. >>rob: model whole lot to worry about though. these four reactors at the nuclear plant reactors 13 have had their roofs blown off. reactor no. 2 if a crack in the containment pool, reactor no. 4 fire is and how crack in the floor. as we said our mount into motion,. there only small amounts detected in the bay area and they're getting here through the jet stream. if that is wind and that wraps around the globe from west to east. by wednesday admitted to the islands, by friday today as expected and made landfall in california. there is no radiation above normal detected in los angeles because of the weather. the jet stream
the three female justices, the men are sounding more skeptical. >>catherine: u.s. chamber of commerce on board with wal- mart. >>jacqueline: mostly sunny skies, a few high clouds streaming in. mild conditions this afternoon with temperatures in the '60s and '70s. we will continue to see high clouds streaming over night. into tomorrow, 5 to 150 degrees warmer than what we're seeing today. current conditions mainly in the '60s and '70s. 72 in santa rosa, 70 antioch a little cooler in the coast. otherwise, temperatures are in the low to upper 60s. it will get warmer as we head into tomorrow. how will show you just how warm coming out of bed. eyeholbit. hey marcel, watch this! hey marcel, watch this! [ buzzer sounds ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey marcel, watch this! yeah, marcel! -marcel! -hey marcel! are you listening to me? marcel! [ male announcer ] don't miss a second of ncaa march madness with my multiview, only from at&t u-verse. just $29 a month for the first 6 months. dvr included. in the network there are no hard choices. but thieves can steal your identity. turning your life
medical care. we now know for certain, the poll found in the u.s. airlines traiplain white is a gun shot a bullet. the fbi is interviewing passengers and crew members, they say there is no evidence yet to prove there was an intent to target the plane. the public can now see all kinds of newly released information in the death of martin luther king. boxes of forgotten evidence were found gathering dust in a county office in tennessee. they include a crime scene photos, notes from investigators no huge revelations they say, but the public and learn a lot more about what was going on behind the scenes. the information is being posted on an archive web site. >>pam: without speaking a word, a 13 year-old girl shining the spotlight on this serious issue of bullying promotional video she posted on youtube. kimberly has a look at this moving video. >>kimberlee: earlier this month you may remember president barack obama addressing the issue with the entire blame. the issue back in the spotlight because of the 13 year-old video. it is called out words are worst then sticks and stones. during the t
of the smartphones market share in the u.s. according to can't score. google sandra to slightly higher with their blackberries. apple is in third place with around 24 percent of the market. microsoft windows foam are the fourth and fifth place of a share. how did enjoy takeover so quickly when the i phone is so popular? there's only one i phone, they're-dozens of android base smartphones to choose from. people like choice of options. looking back is a tech reporter, andrew took off the wate0 will roll of came out. the phone was a hit, of verizon quickly sold a ton. gabe slate kron 4 news. >>pam: the tuesday evening commute, traffic moving well north and southbound right now. if we have more news coming up at a look of the mardi gras celebrations coming up. ♪ have a good daisy ♪ eat well, live long ♪ have a good daisy, work out, get strong ♪ ♪ when you need a lift, just sing a song ♪ ♪ and have a good daisy ♪ have a good daisy with a natural treat ♪ ♪ have a good daisy, healthy foods to eat ♪ ♪ when you want some joy, dance to the beat ♪ ♪ and have a good dai
island boy and chernobyl boy. referring to the u.s. and the ukraine nuclear tragedy. nuclear boy is a global sensation getting close to 1 million hits on youtube. but, unlike the cartoons positive ending japan's nuclear plants and its population, are still in peril on less potential the potential catastrophe can be averted. reporting live, kron 4 news. in >>catherine: national news, sex can be deadly to pleas for those who don't have that often. a new study in the journal of the american medical association says having sex or exercising can almost triple the rest of a heart attack in the hours immediately afterward. if that risk is based on one key factor, whether the person regularly engage in those activities. if those who had sex and exercise often there were a lot less likely to have a heart attack. although this sounds scary, the overall likelihood of having a heart attack after working out is very low, about three and 1 million. researchers also say heart patient should not abstain from sex or exercise based on this finding. and memorial for the on this victim of the arizon
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